Truck is undoubtedly one of those festivals that shows the rest of them how it should be done. Expect to meet lots of great people, listen to a load of cool music, and have a lovely time. Having recently been run by the team behind the Y-Not festival in Derbyshire, the festival has stayed true to it original aesthetic, that is one of a relaxed, chilled out summer celebration, featuring impressive headline acts, combined with a local farmyard feel.
Previous headliners have included the likes of The Temper Trap, Mystery Jets, Mercury Rev, 65 Days of Static, The Go! Team, Graham Coxon, Ash, Supergrass, and recently British Sea Power and Tim Minchin. Attracting a wide range of age groups and people from all walks of life, Truck is a genuine Festival that brings people together, creating an unpretentious, good natured atmosphere that is a joy to be a part of.
Nothing But Thieves
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Truck Festival information & FAQs
Disabled Access Information
The festival tries to make sure the festival is accessible for everyone. There are have disabled toilets, disabled viewing platforms and assistance available to people who need it. Disabled carers also enter the site for free.
If you have any questions or suggestions about how the festival can be made more accessible for you, just drop Truck Festival an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Travelling to/from the festival
For those of you with a handy sat nav, or a good old fashioned map, getting there couldn’t be easier.
The address is: Hill Farm, Church Lane, Steventon, Oxon, OX13 6SW.
Signs will be around the area directing you to the site.
If you are coming by car and would like to be green, please see our GoCarShare tab where you can find out more about meeting new friends and saving the environment before you get to the festival.
Life’s a journey – share it! Why not consider car sharing to Truck Festival this year? With the average 100 mile car journey leading to over 20 kg of CO2 being produced, GoCarShare has the potential to reduce the festival’s carbon footprint considerably. It’s a great way to save money if you are driving and, as it is built around Facebook, you can see if your friends are going, find like-minded people to travel with, and check people out before agreeing to share.So if you’re driving, or need a lift, click here and share the journey!
‘By travelling in a full car, festival-goers carbon emissions become comparable to taking the train…… so it can make a real difference.’ (Source: DEFRA Report)
Didcot Parkway Station is on the Great Western Line and you can get there direct from Reading, London, Bristol, South Wales, Birmingham and The North. There are then connecting buses to the site. You can get train times at www.thetrainline.com and the connecting bus times are available here.
Map of Hotels near festival site
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